Cuffed (Knots, #3)
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Cuffed (Knots #3)

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Charlie has been without a Master for a few months and has spent that time settling into a life that doesn’t depend on someone else. He still aches to submit, except after all this time, it’s no longer a “have to” thing, but a “want to” thing. Well, until he walks into the tattoo shop Irons, and decides that the artist there belongs in the “bend me over and do evil things...more
ebook, 84 pages
Published May 8th 2013 by Summerhouse Publishing
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Hc Lynn
Skipped first 2 books. Light bdsm I can deal with. This is more medium bdsm. was... ok but not for me
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The Dominant’s gaze drifted over the table, over the bundles of rope, safety scissors and other restraints.

If I thought the possessive streak in Knotted (book 2 of the In Knots series) was prominent in that story, it had nothing on the use of it in Cuffed. And everytime the word is said by the Dom, it causes the sub’s cock to get hard. Every time.

Instead of focusing on the Dom’s search for his ma...more
Tracie Runge
I really enjoyed reading Cuffed easily immersing myself in the pages and sharing the emotions of the characters. Cuffed is well written and one I would recommend for readers of these genres.

Troy James owns Irons a well known tattoo shop and he is one of the best tattooists in the business, he is also Master Troy from Knots. Troy loves to see his designs come to life on someone else's skin and when his assistant Ronnie disturbs his drawing to bring him a sketch someone wants tattooed he is more t...more
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Hmmm ... this needs serious editing ... basic grammar has been missed on this one ... then there is the incorrect or inappropriate use of words ... it's all very well to use a thesaurus, but if you don't actually know what the word means, you'll look like an idiot when you use a word in the wrong context ... for example, in Cuffed, the sub draped himself face-down over a spanking bench ... instead of saying that, Kyle said the sub draped supine over th...more
My favorite from the series so far. .. however I do have one issue. How did troy not know Charlie ( didn't like that name for him either. ..he didn't seem like a Charlie) was his mate this whole time? ! He had seen him multiple times even been introduced to him but didn't know that was his mate till he smelled a piece of paper he had written on? But in book two Sawyer smells Bern ( how do you say that name? cuz If you say it phonetically it sucks. . ) from across the club without ever seeing him...more
Just wonderful..... the best in the series so far!

Really enjoyed it and will be indulging in Ms Kyle's work again.

Sorry to see the series end :(
LOVED this book. This book took the time to flesh out the characters more. Got to get some of Charlie's history, One of the things I liked most was how Troy was willing to wait for Charlie, and walk away if that was what his mate wanted, in spite of his wolf snarling to claim him. Unlike the other Kyle novellas, I think this one ended at a good place, either to be continued in a new story, or as a standlalone.
Skye Blue
gotta say, there series is improving. After reading the first in the series, I would have tossed it all. But I was camping, and with no book store in site, and no Wi-fi to visit amazon, I trudged on.
Book 2 was better, but still no connection to the characters. This one, is a vast improvement from the others. I actually liked the characters. If there is ever a book four, I'll give it a shot.
Good short, but I had problem with the premise. I hate stories where one partner holds all the secrets and only reveals them when THEY think the time is right. Especially when that partner is the man.
May 11, 2013 Gigi marked it as dnr-dnf
I did not enjoy the first two books in the series enough to read this one.
Shawnie Nicole
I sooo enjoyed this book even though I'm reading backwards lol
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